more on the bonds to get investors in. lons tied to the ten year notes, their rates would go up. rates on mortgages, rates on credit cards and rates on car loans, nobody is-- the bond market has been reacting nonchalantly. not seeing a lot of action in the yields going up. it could be a short-term problem for the average joe in terms of their interest rates going up. because s & p and moody's is saying that the u.s. government will fix the problem and they'll start paying out, once again and an immediate 45% cut in cash outlays, if the debt ceiling is loan passed, but you know, the bond markets essentially saying, they expect the government to meet its obligations, but the big picture story, quickly, harrison, those two, the s & p and moody's are saying the two credit ratings, you've got to get a grip on the broad zoom. it's problematic, they don't like the long-term spending, they don't like it at all. they want it to be cut.